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than twice the current average, $3.65 a gallon. it goes back to a true manner are a law where the u.s. government buys mass quantities of milk. >> what happened is in the senate, they approved the farm bill but the house of represents hasn't. what happens under the 1949 law is if the new bill isn't passed january 1, the government is obliged to buy huge quantities of milk at twice the wholesale value. farmers will sell all their milk to the government and create a shortage in the stores. lobbyist say this is easy for congress to fix. >> the farm bill is like this low hanging ornament on the congressional christmas tree. if they embrace it they can come up with tens of billions of dollars in budget savings and figure out where else they need to cut spending after that. >> reporter: now, the senate bill is going to save $35 billion and the house of hof representatives, about $22 billion. >> we're convinced the government has a backup plan, right? >> you would like to think so but the agricultural secretary is saying it will do whatever it is legally obligated to do. take a listen. >>
of international law." declaring victory over enemies is a clear signal that the assad regime still wants to crush the opposition. >>trace: another stark warning from the u.n. peace envoy. >>jonathan: you may remember they have been trying for months to put together some sort of peace proposal. he took over from kofi annan who failed to get headway in terms of peace and resigned the position. high issued this warning yesterday saying if they cannot find a solution the death toll in syria could reach as high as 100,000 in 2013. remember, it is considered right now to stand at something like 45,000. he put it very starkly saying that if there is in solution, syria quite simply will be "transformed into hell." of course, a lot of the syrian civilians who have been living here the past 18 months would say syria is very much already akin to hell." trace? >>trace: indeed, they would. a newly released senate report blames the state department for failing to respond to security threats in benghazi before the attack that killed four americans. the senate homeland security committee cited a senior state dep
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